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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 1:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This past week is the first time I've heard of Ebron as he blew up on my twitter. I think the Pats may need front seven help more a la Anthony Johnson.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 2:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mike Evans makes sense because Manuel needs that big target. Personally I'd rather OLB CJ Mosley but can't go wrong with adding another weapon.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 6:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I really like Ifo, but I don't think the 49ers go that direction. He's too small and Baalke is very big on players physical characteristics, and the 49ers want bigger, stronger corners. Plus, I think Ifo is going to measure in at even smaller than the 5'10 he's listed at.

I foresee the niners looking in the direction of Purifoy, Colvin or Fuller for the cornerback spot if they choose to go that way.
Thanks for the input. I was conflicted as to which CB to go with (I really don't want Fuller in SF Laughing ). I'll keep it in mind when I get v2.0 going.


This is funny because he is quickly becoming my favorite corner in the draft. Still a long way to go, and I haven't watched tape on Purifoy yet, but with Roby playing awful, the height concerns of Ifo and Verrett, I'm starting to really dig Fuller as a fit for our secondary. Plus, he's played extremely well this year.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 8:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Forge wrote:
bkobow05 wrote:
Forge wrote:
I really like Ifo, but I don't think the 49ers go that direction. He's too small and Baalke is very big on players physical characteristics, and the 49ers want bigger, stronger corners. Plus, I think Ifo is going to measure in at even smaller than the 5'10 he's listed at.

I foresee the niners looking in the direction of Purifoy, Colvin or Fuller for the cornerback spot if they choose to go that way.
Thanks for the input. I was conflicted as to which CB to go with (I really don't want Fuller in SF Laughing ). I'll keep it in mind when I get v2.0 going.


This is funny because he is quickly becoming my favorite corner in the draft. Still a long way to go, and I haven't watched tape on Purifoy yet, but with Roby playing awful, the height concerns of Ifo and Verrett, I'm starting to really dig Fuller as a fit for our secondary. Plus, he's played extremely well this year.


Fuller is a very underrated cornerback prospect in FF, IMO.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2013 5:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Forge wrote:
bkobow05 wrote:
Forge wrote:
I really like Ifo, but I don't think the 49ers go that direction. He's too small and Baalke is very big on players physical characteristics, and the 49ers want bigger, stronger corners. Plus, I think Ifo is going to measure in at even smaller than the 5'10 he's listed at.

I foresee the niners looking in the direction of Purifoy, Colvin or Fuller for the cornerback spot if they choose to go that way.
Thanks for the input. I was conflicted as to which CB to go with (I really don't want Fuller in SF Laughing ). I'll keep it in mind when I get v2.0 going.


This is funny because he is quickly becoming my favorite corner in the draft. Still a long way to go, and I haven't watched tape on Purifoy yet, but with Roby playing awful, the height concerns of Ifo and Verrett, I'm starting to really dig Fuller as a fit for our secondary. Plus, he's played extremely well this year.
Fuller is my favorite CB prospect in the draft. If he doesn't go in the first round, I'll be surprised.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2013 8:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd be very happy with that Vikings pick to start the draft.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2013 11:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I really like it. Would love it if I were higher on Roby. But I would LOVE to get Matthews with our 2nd 1st.

Why a wisky fan helping a Buckeye fan? Laughing
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as if i haven't suffered enough of Bradley Roby this year already Twisted Evil Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2013 3:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not a fan of the Browns picks
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 22, 2013 3:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I really like it. Would love it if I were higher on Roby. But I would LOVE to get Matthews with our 2nd 1st.

Why a wisky fan helping a Buckeye fan? Laughing
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I may dislike your college team but I feel horribad for your NFL team. We've sat through 20+ years of Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers (with Matt Flynn spot starting twice), while you guys have sat through the likes of Spergon Wynn, Doug Pederson, etc. Laughing
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So...no one going to address the elephant in the room here in a Cornell QB going in the 1st round?

In order for him to have any chance he'd have to have a spectacular season...and 7 picks in 5 games just won't cut it when it comes to giving an Ivy league QB a shot at sniffing the 1st round.

He'll be drafted...and if he does great in offseason workouts, combine, etc...he may even have a chance at the mid rounds but he has no shot at being a 1st round pick, just far too inconsistent.
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I am a fan of Shazier, but the Bengals do not nead a WLB.
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So...no one going to address the elephant in the room here in a Cornell QB going in the 1st round?

In order for him to have any chance he'd have to have a spectacular season...and 7 picks in 5 games just won't cut it when it comes to giving an Ivy league QB a shot at sniffing the 1st round.

He'll be drafted...and if he does great in offseason workouts, combine, etc...he may even have a chance at the mid rounds but he has no shot at being a 1st round pick, just far too inconsistent.
He's throwing the ball 40 times a game at that level and his defense isn't very good so he's throwing the ball to stay in games and forcing throws. I'm not going to let his INT numbers throw off my evaluation of him. You have to take circumstances into account. He has some very good tools to work with and will rise throughout workouts and at the combine. I'd take him 10x outta 10 over guys like Mettenberger and Boyd.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 22, 2013 10:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bkobow05 wrote:
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I really like it. Would love it if I were higher on Roby. But I would LOVE to get Matthews with our 2nd 1st.

Why a wisky fan helping a Buckeye fan? Laughing
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I may dislike your college team but I feel horribad for your NFL team. We've sat through 20+ years of Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers (with Matt Flynn spot starting twice), while you guys have sat through the likes of Spergon Wynn, Doug Pederson, etc. Laughing


Oh lawd, you really have to remind me of that? I am just Fryed.
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bkobow05 wrote:
rob_shadows wrote:
So...no one going to address the elephant in the room here in a Cornell QB going in the 1st round?

In order for him to have any chance he'd have to have a spectacular season...and 7 picks in 5 games just won't cut it when it comes to giving an Ivy league QB a shot at sniffing the 1st round.

He'll be drafted...and if he does great in offseason workouts, combine, etc...he may even have a chance at the mid rounds but he has no shot at being a 1st round pick, just far too inconsistent.
He's throwing the ball 40 times a game at that level and his defense isn't very good so he's throwing the ball to stay in games and forcing throws. I'm not going to let his INT numbers throw off my evaluation of him. You have to take circumstances into account. He has some very good tools to work with and will rise throughout workouts and at the combine. I'd take him 10x outta 10 over guys like Mettenberger and Boyd.


I agree he has the physical tools but you said it yourself, he's forcing balls he shouldn't. Having a bad defense or throwing the ball 40 times a game is not a good excuse to try to force bad throws, it's not at all uncommon for NFL QBs to throw that often these days.
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